By Jeanne Muller
Librarians continuously behavior searches for his or her shoppers and for themselves. but the net and know-how are continually altering, leading to strain on librarians to maintain up to date with how most sensible to take advantage of the net. This consultant deals recommendation on tips to use the web and the way to realize the knowledge required so much successfully. It covers for instance: easy methods to seek with the intention to in attaining the easiest effects (strategies, what to invite and examples) and studying effects (including examples). Importantly, not just does the e-book express easy methods to use the net, however it additionally hyperlinks this to ideal customer support - the way to train your buyers what you recognize and the way to correctly interpret what your clients want.
- Helps a librarian convey ideal customer support with confidence
- Provides sensible suggestions and hints
- Written by way of a hugely revered and skilled practitioner
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LookSmart bought WiseNut in April 2002. If the revamp ever takes place, then WiseNut may deliver on its initial promise. 38 Search engines, directories and gateways Inktomi 11 Inktomi is unusual in that it is the only major search engine in this listing that does not offer its own search site. If you go to the Inktomi site given here, you’ll only find company information, not the ability to search the Web. Instead, Inktomi prefers to be solely a ‘behind-the-scenes’ partner for other search engines that need results, such as MSN Search.
For example, to plan a vacation to Hawaii, simply type: vacation hawaii Google Search Automatic exclusion of common words Google ignores common words and characters such as ‘where’ and ‘how’, as well as certain single digits and single letters, because they tend to slow down your search without improving the results. Google will indicate if a common word has been excluded by displaying details on the results page below the search box. If a common word is essential to getting the results you want, you can include it by putting a ‘+’ sign in front of it.
While you can search at the Open Directory site itself, this is not recommended. The site has no ‘backup’ results that kick in should there not be a match in the human-compiled database. In addition, the ranking of sites during keyword searching is poor, while alphabetical ordering is used when you choose to ‘browse’ categories by topic. Instead, to scan the valuable information compiled by the Open Directory, consider using the version offered by Google, the Google Directory. Here, keyword searching uses Google’s refined relevancy algorithms and makes use of link analysis to 40 Search engines, directories and gateways better propel good pages from the human database to the top.
A Librarian's Guide to the Internet. Searching and Evaluating Information by Jeanne Muller